[R-SIG-Finance] books on financial data and R

davidr at rhotrading.com davidr at rhotrading.com
Mon Jul 16 18:28:50 CEST 2007

How do you get around the use of finmetrics in the scripts?
(It's mentioned in a review.) What is the real link to the datasets?


David L. Reiner
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The Rene Carmona book which I use in my courses in Finance and Risk 
Engineering can be adapted to using R.

Best regards,


At 11:17 AM 7/16/2007, Mario Aigner-Torres wrote:
>Dear All,
>are any books on financial data/financial econometrics using R
>I appreciate your kind answer.
>Best regards,
>Mario Aigner-Torres
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